Shortly after founding his custom motorcycle and car shop in downtown Atlanta in 2002, Fuller became part of the Chip Foose Design Team that created Riddler-award winning Best Car in Show vehicles at the Detroit Autorama in 2003 and 2005.
On the heels of those wins, Fuller Hot Rods released its first custom bike in 2005, the "Texas T," which placed 4th at the World Championship of Bike Building. His shop has also participated in the prestigious Artistry in Iron competition.
"For the type of work I do I need the best possible welding equipment and gear I can get, so the choice of Lincoln Electric is really a no-brainer," said Fuller. "When it comes to performance and reliability, you really can't beat them."
In addition to co-hosting Two Guys Garage, Fuller has been featured in other television programs, including 10 episodes of Overhaulin' in which he helped build a completely overhauled car in less than a week. He was also featured in an episode of Biker Build-Off that required building a bike in just 10 days and then riding it for 500 miles.
Fuller received a college degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry before deciding to pursue his true passion and enroll in the Street Rod program at Wyoming Technical Institute. He refined his metal shaping techniques while apprenticing with Geoff Mitford Taylor at GMT, a specialty car shop in Southern California.
About Lincoln Electric
The Lincoln Electric Company, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, is the world leader in the design, development and manufacture of arc welding products, robotic arc welding systems, fume extraction equipment and plasma and oxyfuel cutting equipment and has a leading global position in the brazing and soldering alloys market.